doctor http://cirgroup.com/typo3conf/ext/templavoila/class.tx_templavoila_tcemain.php geneva;”>The matches will start as early as 19:00 hours with Spartak Moscow taking on Benefica in Group G.
Spartak are bottom of Group G, pointless after two 3-2 defeats in their opening two games.
Benfica have just one point from the two previous matches, so this match is crucial to both teams. They all need to win.
Manchester United will host Braga at Old Trafford and the kickoff is at 21:45 hours
The Reds have never lost a home match against Portuguese opposition and have been clinical in this season’s competition.
Braga are also unbeaten in five matches against English sides, earning a recent draw with Liverpool and a narrow win over Birmingham City.
Ashly young returns into action while Evra and Ferdinand are sidelined.
For Braga, Ruben Micael and Ruben Amorim will compete for a place in support of striker Eder but Helder Barbosa and Marcio Mossoro may be preferred, having helped beat rivals Guimaraes in the league.
Barcelona takes on Celtic at the same time. They are unbeaten in their last 17 Champions League home games (14 wins, three draws).
Barcelona have scored in each of their last 31 home games in the group stages.
Celtic have won just one of their last 27 away games in Europe (W1 D6 L20) – their 3-2 win over Spartak Moscow in match day two.
Celtic have failed to score in five of their last nine Champions League matches.
Other matches will include BATE taking on Valecia, Galatasaray will tussle it out with CFR Cluj, Lille from France will host Bayern Munich, Nordsjaelland will host Juventus and Shakhtar is ready to take on Chelsea.
All the matches will start at 21:45 hours. Chimpreports will give you live text updates of all matches plus the pre and post match analysis.
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